Kyle Dempsey

I’m so grateful to have yoga in my life because it allows me to live with more ease and authenticity. This practice helps me come out of my head and into my body and the moment. I am honored to hold the space for others to be able find what this practice can offer and open for them. I completed my 200hr RYT training with David Vendetti and Todd Skoglund in 2011, a Yoga As Therapy 100 hour Training with Kate Graham in 2015 and am currently part of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher training program through the University of Massachusetts. I teach a dynamic and therapeutic Vinyasa flow, soundly grounded in breath work, alignment and in the fundamentals of anatomy. I believe strongly that yoga is for everyone and every body. All are welcome and encouraged explore and have fun working mindfully from where they are. See you on the mat!

Dana Gottlieb

Dana began practicing yoga when she moved to Chicago to begin her career as an elementary school teacher in 2009. After an injury sidelined her from a regular vinyasa practice, she began practicing Bikram yoga and fell in love. Yoga has helped her find balance, calmness, and joy in her daily life. Since moving back to Boston in 2015, Dana has rediscovered her passion for vinyasa yoga. She particularly enjoys the creativity and variety the practice allows each time she steps onto her mat. She completed her 200-hour teacher training through Barre & Soul in the spring of 2017. Dana also loves to bring yoga into her classroom and has seen kids as young as kindergarten-age embrace yoga and meditation. When not teaching, Dana can be found baking delicious treats and spending time with her family in Vermont.

Marina Hartnett

Marina’s yoga journey started in her teens right at home while meditating with her parents. They instilled in her the first yogic precious seed. Later on, in 2006, a gift card given by a close friend took her to the transformational practice of Vinyasa Flow yoga. Since then, the mat became her second home! Marina believes it is essential for a yoga teacher to always carry the freshness and curiosity of a student so recycling her practice is part of her yogic growth. In 2012, Marina completed the 200hr training through YogaWorks method, and in 2015 the 300hr training with Natasha Rizopoulos and Barbara Benagh, among other masters. Her classes will empower your body, mind, and soul, and you’ll come out feeling light and grounded, strong and soft, uplifted and balanced. She has participated in various retreats in different parts of the world. The most recent one was in April of 2016 in Montezuma, Costa Rica, where she learned some Costa Rican yoga postures which she loves to guide you through in her classes. Sharing her passion, the gift of yoga, with others makes her fully rejoiced . Yoga is a powerful healing tool for self realization and inner growth. Her favorite posture is Headstand: you ground to rise up, you are calm in the mind and active through the body to balance your beautiful being all the way up! In the words of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois “Practice and all is coming”. Besides teaching yoga, she is a nature explorer, her last hike was the Mount Washington peak.

Kenzie Radigan

Play, laughter, love and joy: four core values close to Kenzie’s heart that she brings onto her mat and into her yoga classes. A born educator, Kenzie extended her love of teaching in the classroom to teaching yoga in 2013 through her 200 Fluid Yoga Training with Stil Studio.

While traveling, moving, and transitioning jobs over the course of three years, Kenzie has remained close to herself through the practice of yoga. Kenzie delights in the aspect of community that comes along with the practice of yoga; recognizing that no matter where she goes in the world, she can find a safe space and connection with yoga.

Kenzie offers yoga and meditation as a way to fluidly and graciously move through life’s many transitions. Her classes are a mindful blend of power and presence, with a mix of balance and bravery in each of the poses.

Kimberly Washington

I use my background in pole fitness to create challenging and evolutionary Vinyasa sequences that flow like a dance to celebrate the grace and beauty of the human body. I stay within proper alignment and use pranayama breathing techniques to help students connect to their practice. Heightened engagement allows students to focus, connect, and listen to their bodies. This connection creates strength, balance, increased flexibility, and clears the mind. This type of yoga practice creates increased body awareness while developing and toning smaller accessory muscles in addition to larger muscle groups. I believe in using the power of positive reinforcement with my students to help them cultivate their practice. I teach students to honor their bodies by respecting where they are on their personal yogic path and give students ways to safely advance their practice when ready. My style of Vinyasa flow encourages freedom of mind, body, and spirit. “When we remove limitations, we explore possibilities”- Kimberly Washington

Angela Bartlett

Angela has been practicing vinyasa yoga since 2009 when she discovered it in Cambridge Ma. She traveled for work and dabbled in Bikram, yin, slow flow, meditation, etc. She finally moved back to the Boston area and took teacher training in 2014 at Prana Power Yoga out of Newton/Cambridge/Winchester just to deepen her practice. Jam packed with new knowledge and a new appreciation for the roots of yoga, she began teaching relax and renew, power yoga and other styles part time. She is looking to get her additional 300 hrs by 2018 and prenatal certification end of May 2017

Hannah Colbert

I deepened my love for the mind, body, spiritual connection of yoga while I received my YTT at Marianne Wells Yoga School in Costa Rica. As a former cheerleader I crave creating different sequences and a fast paced vinyasa, but I also enjoy the challenge to slow the body and mind with breath work, a slower pace, and meditation. I’m a social work graduate student who loves learning more ways yoga can benefit us mentally, emotionally, and physically, and I love having fun in yoga classes!

Camille Serelus

Salut, beautiful people!

My name is Camille and I’m a 24 year old Boston based Barre instructor aspiring yogi. My journey to Barre started in 2016 with mat pilates classes at my local fitness center. I was craving something more, something that I could really sink my teeth into. This longing, I realized, was my need for representation and community in the fitness world so I decided to become an instructor.

I hopped onto Groupon and started buying up class packs at local studios to a) take some classes!, b) discover which teaching styles I related to most and c) find my tribe. Before I knew it, I was squeezing in a Barre class in between work and school and waking up at 7 am on my precious Saturday mornings to take an 8 am class at my favorite home studio. Needless to say, I fell in love with Barre!

Through Barre and fitness in general, I’ve developed healthy ways of prioritizing my health and wellness. I’ve pushed past not only physical limitations but mental ones as well as I hold my planks that extra minute and raise my heels up a half inch more. I graduated from my 100-hour Barre Teacher Training in November 2017 and I look forward to sharing my love for Barre and community building with you soon!

Sara Bailey

Sara received her 200-hour certification with Core Power Yoga in 2014 and has been inspired by teaching yoga since. An attorney by day, E-RYT by night, Sara loves the way yoga affects every aspect of her life on and off the mat. She firmly believes that yoga has the ability to bring balance, change perspectives, improve relationships, and enhance overall mental and physical health. She hopes that you leave her classes feeling empowered, supported, and rejuvenated!

Shannon Mayer

Four years ago Shannon walked into her 1st barre studio unsure what to expect. Pretty sure she was walking into a room of perfect ballerina types, she was a little scared. She had recently quit smoking, had bad knees, a torn shoulder and “exercise” was not in her vocabulary. That class changed her life a sparked a passion for barre and the desire to share it.

Shannon has been teaching barre for three years. She is trained in both the EnergyBarre and Rasamaya methods. Always trying to learn more and find new ways to bring barre alive she has taught at the barre, on the mat, on the water and in the air. When not at the barre she can be found walking dogs or paddleboarding. Her classes are relaxed, fun and encourage you to dig deep and get shaking!

Hannah Inman

Seeing yoga as a way to get exercise but at a low impact and a mindful pace, Hannah signed up for her first yoga class in 2007. This moment sent her unknowingly on a path to deep soul work, realizing that yoga is more than just a physical practice. In January 2016 she completed Coby Kozlowski’s program Quarter-Life Calling hosted at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health and floated right from there into her 200 hour teacher training and Reiki I & II certifications at Barefoot Yoga Shala. She graduated in August 2016 and has been teaching ever since. Hannah also completed Coby’s Karma Yoga Leadership Training in October 2017 and will continue this divine work through the Souluna Life Coaching program to be completed in 2018.

Hannah offers a unique approach to her guided movement and meditation with influence from her teachers Coby Kozlowski, Lorin Roche, Jenny Ravikumar, Jacalynn Willet, Shiva Rea, Alexandria Crow and more. In Hannah’s classes, you’ll always know that this is YOUR yoga and that every breath, every asana and every moment in between provides a new opportunity to begin again.

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